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nh.js is the largest web development meetup in New Hampshire. We meet on the 2nd Wed. of every month at 175 Canal St (with free parking). Everyone is welcome!
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Robert Hurlbut Jan 20
Read my Jan 20 Newsletter featuring “Hacker leaks passwords for more than 500,000 servers, routers, and IoT devices”
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🔎Julia Evans🔍 Jan 12
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🔎Julia Evans🔍 Jan 10
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nh.js Jan 2
Next Wednesday, January 8, Bill Schreiber presents Johnny-Five: The JavaScript Robotics & IoT Platform -- Please RSVP today!
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Tomasz Łakomy Dec 15
Using Higher Order Components in React
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Mark Dalgleish Dec 16
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Javascriptflx Dec 16
New JavaScript Features Coming in ES2020 That You Can Use Now
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Molly Struve 🦄 Dec 16
Just going to leave this here for anyone who might still have some holiday shopping to do! 🎁
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Jen Simmons Dec 16
Have you ever wondered what the different between Firefox Developer Edition and regular Firefox is? Wondering what exactly is going on with Firefox Nightly? I explain in today’s video — for Chrome, Safari & Edge, too. 📺
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Programming Wisdom Nov 24
"Every piece of knowledge must have a single, unambiguous, authoritative representation within a system." – The Pragmatic Programmers on "DRY" (Don't Repeat Yourself)
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Mark Dalgleish Nov 17
My experience migrating to TypeScript as a library author. Day 1: Fine, I guess this will help out my consumers. Day 10: Hey, this is actually kinda useful for me too. Day 100: Wow, how did I ever live without types?
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nh.js Nov 11
Next up, Kerry Shetline presents "What About Time?" Make sure you've got the basic concept down by attending "2019-11-13 T18:30-19:30" ; pizza and beverages at 6:00 p.m. 175 Canal Street, Manchester NH RSVP on Meet-up, tell your friends!
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Richard Feynman Nov 5
If you want to master something, teach it. The more you teach, the better you learn. Teaching is a powerful tool to learning.
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🔎Julia Evans🔍 Nov 5
TIL that you can create a temporary file on Linux that doesn't have a filename
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nh.js Oct 28
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nh.js Oct 7
Decreased attention? Like to cram as much info in as possible in 60 minutes? Endlessly curious about ? Well, we've got the meet-up for you! ⚡Lighting Talks⚡ this Wednesday. Check the pinned tweet for details. Pizza & beverages courtesy of
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crazy_world_club Sep 17
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Richard Feynman Sep 20
The ultimate test of your knowledge is your capacity to convey it to another.
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Gabriele Petronella Sep 16
So this just happened: - a bot found a vulnerability in a dependency - a bot sent a PR to fix it - the CI verified the PR - a bot merged it - a bot celebrated the merge with a GIF
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nh.js Sep 16
Thank you --creating a command line tool in node.js. It was an interesting and interactive presentation. Next up Lighting Talks 10/9. Join/RSVP on Meet-up.
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